Regulation Guides

Broadly speaking the vehicle safety measures for working on HS2 (High Speed Two) sites that apply are taken from the CLOCS standard. The CLOCS standard was aligned with the FORS Silver accreditation in June 2015.

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With the Crossrail project seemingly continuing to expand its plans and projects for London, we are a common question – ‘What safety equipment do I need to get my vehicle on to a Crossrail site?’…

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Some vehicle lighting products such as beacons, lightbars and directional LED light heads can be tested for their performance to conform to ECE Regulation 65, a supplementary regulation that tests light output and reliability in extreme conditions, accredited by an approved testing laboratory.

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Complete vehicles or electronic sub-assemblies, such as warning beacons, alarm systems and high-mounted brake lights must be tested to conform with ECE Regulation 10, in addition to other regulations covering the particular item’s use.

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As cited by Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual, any vehicle working on the highway must be fitted with a number of beacons and/or lightbars and additional warning lights where required.

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Under the Licensing of Aerodromes regulations, as written by the Civil Aviation Authority, there is a requirement under Chapter 4, Section 12, Sub-section 11, to light all vehicles that enter the movement area of an airport, airfield or similar.

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This regulation applies to retro-reflectors for power-driven vehicles and their trailers, and relates to stand-alone reflectors or those built into other light units, such as combination or multi-function lights.

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ECE Regulation 4 applies to number plate lighting for power-driven vehicles and their trailers, whether it is for a stand-alone number plate light, or as part of a multi-function light.

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Directional indicator lamps and side repeaters are covered by ECE Regulation 6. This applies whether an individual lamp, part of a headlamp or multi-functional lamp (such as rear cluster light).

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This regulation applies to front and rear position lighting (side lights), stop (brake) lights and end-outline marker lamps for motor vehicles (excluding motorcycles) and their trailers, whether it is for a stand-alone lamp, or as part of a multi-function light. For side marker lights, see the certification guide on ECE Regulation 91.

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